In public speaking you must orally cite all of your information even if it is

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10.In public speaking, you must orally cite all of your information, even if it is general knowledge. a.Trueb.False 11.Claude is giving a speech on Japan. While writing his speech, he is careful not to make any comments about their ideas and customs being “wrong,” or about the Japanese culture being any less important than his own. Which multicultural analysis factor is Claude being mindful of? 12.Using the phrases like “mad hard” or “he got owned” with a mixed audience would violate the principle of relating to which of the following demographic characteristic?
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13.Which of the following is an example of a specific purpose statement? 14.If you find a source that contradicts your specific purpose statement, what are you supposed to do with it? a.ignore itb.mock it in your speechc.keep it and look for counterevidenced.bring it up during your speech but gloss it overe.change your topic 15.Which of the following is not an advantage of using personal testimony? 16.Which of the following conditions make a website a less credible source of information? 17. You can strengthen your own credibility by identifying the qualifications of your sources. a. True b. False 18.Speakers’ own personal experiences should generally be avoided as a source of support in a speech.
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19.Which of the following would be an example of a general purpose statement? a.“The Danger of Bog Turtle Extinction”b.Topersuadec.At the end of my speech, my audience will be convinced that zoning laws should prohibit building on bog turtle habitats.”d.“Bog turtle habitats must be protected because the species is nearly extinct, their habitats are sensitive to intrusions, and building development will wipe out the remaining population of turtles.”
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